Video Borescope

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Jul 28, 2009 ... (9mm camera head) Video Borescope. ... automotive inspection, cable routing, and automotive/boat/aircraft inspection. This meter is shipped ...
User's Guide

Video Borescope Models BR200 and BR250

Introduction Congratulations on your purchase of this Extech BR200 (17mm camera head) or BR250 (9mm camera head) Video Borescope. This instrument was designed for use as a remote inspection device. It can be used to peer into tight spots and then supply real-time video and images that can be recorded. Typical applications include HVAC inspection, automotive inspection, cable routing, and automotive/boat/aircraft inspection. This meter is shipped fully tested and, with proper use, will provide years of reliable service.

Features • • • • •

3.5 '' TFT-LCD palm LCD monitor with high resolution The image head and the cable are water resistant when the unit is fully assembled (the monitor and the camera are not water resistant) Wireless and hard-wired functionality The monitor records video and images SD card capacity: 16G

Supplied Equipment 1.

Camera

2.

LCD Monitor

3.

Monitor Adaptor

4.

Adaptor cable

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Accessory Magnet / Hook / Mirror(BR200)

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Magnetic mount

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Flex cable and camera head

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Software

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4 AA Batteries

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Description 1 1

Signal output

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Power Indicator

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Power On/Off, Dimmer

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Flexible tube

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Camera head and LED’s

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OK

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Up, video or jpg

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Menu

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Down. Channel select (4)

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Power On/Off

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Power Indicator

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USB Socket

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Video output

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SD card socket

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Power supply socket

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Reset

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Signal input

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Warranty EXTECH INSTRUMENTS CORPORATION (A FLIR COMPANY) warrants this instrument to be free of defects in parts and workmanship for one year from date of shipment (a six month limited warranty applies to sensors and cables). If it should become necessary to return the instrument for service during or beyond the warranty period, contact the Customer Service Department at (781) 890-7440 ext. 210 for authorization or visit our website www.extech.com for contact information. A Return Authorization (RA) number must be issued before any product is returned to Extech. The sender is responsible for shipping charges, freight, insurance and proper packaging to prevent damage in transit. This warranty does not apply to defects resulting from action of the user such as misuse, improper wiring, operation outside of specification, improper maintenance or repair, or unauthorized modification. Extech specifically disclaims any implied warranties or merchantability or fitness for a specific purpose and will not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages. Extech's total liability is limited to repair or replacement of the product. The warranty set forth above is inclusive and no other warranty, whether written or oral, is expressed or implied.

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Installation Install the batteries into the instrument body, charge the monitor battery, connect the camera and flexible tube to the body, insert the micro SD card. Install any accessory as needed.

Battery Installation

Connect Monitor Power The monitor has a rechargeable battery. Plug in the AC adaptor and connect the cable to the DC5V socket on the monitor. The power indicator will light in red (or the battery capacity icon on LCD of monitor will blink, indicating that it is charging - and will turn off after a full charge)

Connect the camera and flexible tube Connect the camera tube to the instrument body; ensure that the keyed ends are properly aligned. Once aligned, tighten the knurled knob to hold the connection firmly in place.

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Inserting the micro SD card Insert card with arrow pointing toward slot. Gently apply pressure until card locks into the spring loaded slot. To remove from unit, gently push the card inward and then release to eject it from the card slot.

Installing the accessory tools (BR200) The included accessories (mirror, hook and magnet) all attach to the camera in the same manner. Refer to the diagrams below:

Attaching the Monitor to the instrument body

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Connect the USB Cable Use the USB cable to connect the monitor to a PC. The USB online icon will appear on the PC. Open My Computer on the PC, and locate the Mobile Disk. The Mobile disk can be used and accessed in the same manner as any external hard drive.

Video Output Insert the video cable into the VIDEO OUT socket on the monitor. Insert the other end of the cable into the VIDEO IN jack of a TV or other monitor. The LCD Monitor will output a high quality video image.

Installing the Magnetic bracket The magnetic bracket slides onto the rear of the monitor for convenient placement and viewing.

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Operation Basic Operation 1. Turn the ON/OFF dial switch to power the camera. The power indicator will switch on. The switch then acts as a dimmer for the two LEDs on the imager head of the camera. 2. Press and hold the monitor power switch for at least 2 seconds and the power indicator will illuminate green and a Welcome screen will appear. 3. Before attaching the monitor to the instrument body, press the down arrow button to select channel 4. The real time image will appear on the display LCD monitor. Note. If the picture does not properly syncronize or has poor color, check the Video System Settings and change from “NTSC” to ‘PAL” or vice versa. This should fix the condition.. 4. Use the up arrow to select video

or photo

mode.

5. Turn the ON/OFF dial to adjust the LED light intensity as desired. 6. The tube can be easily maneuvered into position. The tube can be bent into the shape of the area to be examined. 7. Use the supplied accessories to help retrieve small items.

Taking a Picture In Photo the SD card.

mode, press OK to take a picture. The photo will automatically save to

Recording a Video In Real-Time Monitoring (video) mode, press OK to begin recording; refer to the following diagram for display icon definitions: 1.

Battery capacity

2.

Function icon (video or photo)

3.

Recording in progress

4.

Channel

5.

Date

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Time Stamp

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REC Time remaining

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SD card

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Viewing a Photo or Video 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

In the Real-Time Monitoring mode, press to display a list of dated playback folders Use the ▼▲keys to select the desired folder. Press OK to open the selected folder and view a list of photo or video files. Files are listed by time followed by (VID”) for photos or (VID) for videos Use the ▼▲keys to select a file. Press OK to display the selected photo or video. For video files: Press OK to pause while playing. Press again to resume. ▲ Fast Forwards the video ▼ Rewinds the video Press

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0001/0004

to stop video

7.

Press

to return to menu.

8.

Press

again to exit.

Note: Video automatically saves to file every 30 minutes. When the SD card is filled to capacity, the SD card icon changes to ‘F’. No video will be recorded if the SD card is not inserted in the slot. Delete a Single Video Or Photo 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

In the Real-Time Monitoring mode, press to display a list of dated playback folders Use the ▼▲keys to select the desired folder. Press OK to open the selected folder and view a list of photo or video files. Files are listed by time followed by (VID”) for photos or (VID) for videos Use the ▼▲keys to select a file. Press and HOLD the button, the display will show ‘DELETE CURRENT FILE?’ Use the arrow keys to select YES or NO Press OK to accept selection. Press twice to exit the Delete screen.

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Delete a File Folder To delete a folder, use the same instructions for deleting a single video or photo. The only additional concern is that if a folder is not empty it cannot be deleted. Delete all of the files in a folder before deleting the folder. If the user attempts to delete a folder that is not empty, the following message will appear: FOLDER NOT EMPTY

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Video Display on a PC Several methods are available to playback or to copy video files on a PC. When connected, the files will become available as new drives on the PC. 1. SD card adaptor: Insert the mini SD card into the SD adaptor and then insert the adaptor into the PC SD slot (if available) 2. USB adaptor: Insert the mini SD card into a USB adaptor and plug into a USB port. 3. USB cable. Connect the USB cable from the camera to the PC. Note: If the *.avi video files will not play on any installed media software, a software plugin is available on the supplied CD which will allow compatibility with Media Player.

Settings Mode Press and hold

for at least two seconds to enter the Settings Mode.

Language Settings 1. In Settings Mode, use the arrow keys to select SYSTEM SETTING (green icon). 2. Press OK to call up the SYSTEM icon list 3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Language icon (globe) 4. Press OK and the Language icon list will appear (flags) 5. Use the arrow keys to highlight the desired language 6. Press OK to select the highlighted language and exit Video System Settings 1. In Settings Mode, use the arrow keys to select SYSTEM SETTING (green icon). 2. Press OK to call up the SYSTEM icon list 3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Video System icon (yellow) 4. Press OK and the Video format selections will appear (NTSC, PAL) 5. Use the arrow keys to highlight the desired format 6. Press OK to select the highlighted format and exit Format and Erase Media 1. In Settings Mode, use the arrow keys to select SYSTEM SETTING (green icon). 2. Press OK to call up the SYSTEM icon list 3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the FORMAT icon (blue) 4. Press OK and the FORMAT selection screen will appear (YES, NO) 5. Use the arrow keys to highlight the desired response 6. Press OK to accept the selection and exit Restoring Factory Default Settings 1. In Settings Mode, use the arrow keys to select SYSTEM SETTING (green icon). 2. Press OK to call up the SYSTEM icon list 3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the DEFAULT icon (red) 4. Press OK and the DEFAULT selection screen will appear (YES, NO) 5. Use the arrow keys to highlight the desired response 6. Press OK to accept the selection and exit

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View Version 1. In Settings Mode, use the arrow keys to select SYSTEM SETTING (green icon). 2. Press OK to call up the SYSTEM icon list 3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the VERSION icon (green) 4. Press OK to view the version 5. Press OK again to exit Frame Rate Setting 1. In Settings Mode, use the arrow keys to select RECORDER SETTING (red icon). 2. Press OK to call up the RECORDER options 3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the FPS (frames per second) icon 4. Press OK to open the FPS parameter 5. Use the arrows to select the frame rate: 10, 15, 20, 25, or 30 6. Press OK to confirm Time Stamp ON OFF Setting 1. In Settings Mode, use the arrow keys to select RECORDER SETTING (red icon). 2. Press OK to call up the RECORDER options 3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Time Stamp icon (purple) 4. Press OK to open the parameter 5. Use the arrows to select ON or OFF 6. Press OK to confirm Date/Time Setting 1. In Settings Mode, use the arrow keys to select DATE-TIME SETTING (yellow icon). 2. Press OK to call up Date and Time Settings window 3. Use OK to tab through the fields 4. Use the arrow keys to change a field setting 5. Press the button to exit

Safety • • • •

Do not expose instrument to moisture Shut off the instrument when not in use Remove the batteries when cleaning the instrument Replace all batteries at the same time

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Specifications CAMERA Imaging Sensor Total Pixels Horizontal View Angle Transmission Frequency Minimum Illumination Modulation Type Bandwidth Power Supply Unobstructed Effective Range Waterproof Capacity Dimensions (W D H) Weight (approx) Camera head Diameter MONITOR LCD Screen Type Effective Pixels Video System Transmission Frequency Exterior Supply Voltage Consumption Current (Max.) Charge Time Work Time Video Output Level Receiving Sensitivity Dimensions (W x D x H) Weight (Approx) Operating Temperature Operating Humidity (Max.)

CMOS BR200: 704×576(PAL); 712×486(NTSC) BR250: 640×480(PAL ) BR200: 50 degree BR250: 45 degree 2468MHz 0 Lux FM 18MHz 4 x AA batteries 10m IP67 (imager head only) 186 x 145 x 41(mm) (Exclude Flexible Tube) BR200: 530g BR250: 450g BR200: 0.67” (17mm) BR250: 0.36” (9mm) 3.5” TFT-LCD 320 (R.G.B.) x 240 PAL/NTSC 2414, 2432, 2450, 2468MHz 5VDC 500mA 3 hours 2 hours [email protected]Ώ ≤-85dBm 100 x 70 x 25(mm) 140g -10°C~+50°C/+14°F~+122°F 15~85%RH

FCC Information This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. BR200: FCC-ID TW5GB8802 Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference 2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Calibration and Repair Services Extech offers repair and calibration services for the products we sell. Extech also provides NIST certification for most products. Call the Customer Care Department for information on calibration services available for this product. Extech recommends that annual calibrations be performed to verify meter performance and accuracy. 11

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Support line (781) 890-7440 Technical Support: Extension 200; E-mail: [email protected] Repair & Returns: Extension 210; E-mail: [email protected] Product specifications subject to change without notice For the latest version of this User Guide, Software updates, and other up-to-the-minute product information, visit our website: www.extech.com Extech Instruments Corporation, 285 Bear Hill Road, Waltham, MA 02451

Copyright © 2009 Extech Instruments Corporation (a FLIR company) All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form.

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